Thailand and hotel information

Thailand was known to the “west” as Siam until 1939. Sayam, from which Siam came, was the name for Thailand in the the Szechwan dialect of Chinese. Then the toursit bussiness is famous in Thailand and have many hotels and resorts in thailand.
Over the last couple of decades Thailand has become one of the most loved travel destinations in the world. Each year many thousands of people visit Muang Thai (as it is known locally) for a travel experience they do not easily forget. Why though is Thailand such a popular destination? Why do visitors love this country so much? Perhaps the main reason for Thailand’s popularity is its diversity – it doesn’t matter which aspect of Thailand you consider, you are confronted by extremes wherever you look. Although there’s no snow (unless of course you count artificial snow!), Thailand has many types of landscape on offer. The mountainous regions of the north with its valleys filled with swirling fogs and mists create a stark contrast to the plains of central and northeastern Thailand. Eastern Thailand’s plains and hills offer fertile land ripe for jungle and agriculture, and as with southern Thailand, offers some of the most attractive beaches and islands on the planet. Of course, all this nature is set against Thailand’s metropolitan areas; Thailand is home to some major cities, Bangkok, the country’s capital, certainly the largest and the most formidable.
Culturally, Thailand is equally diverse as its geography. Unlike other countries in the region, Thailand has never been colonized and its history and culture have remained intact to develop a natural course. A predominantly Buddhist country, Thailand is a place of ritual and practice that are unfamiliar to most visitors and enhance the country’s exotic appeal. Influences throughout the country (Chinese influence in the north; Islamic influence in the south, etc.) add further to the intrigue Thailand generates. Many parts of country are home to hill tribes and traditional peoples whose traditional ways of life remain untouched and present a fascinating insight into the development of this country.
Of course, Thailand’s nightlife is legendary and a major attraction for visitors. The risqu? nightlife (go-go bars, etc.) on offer about the country has its place, but doesn’t constitute even a fraction of what’s on offer. Cabaret Shows and entertainment areas abound, even in the country’s less touristy areas. Of course, Thailand’s restaurants and bars help complete an irresistible package with some of the best cuisine and entertainment available.
Another reason for Thailand’s popularity as a travel destination is likely its accessibility. Although steeped in tradition, history and culture, Thailand’s infrastructure is one of the most modern in the region. Transport, banking, and telecommunications are all world class and help make even Thailand’s remotest of regions convenient and easy places to visit. This accessibility helps Thailand draw a very diverse group of visitors to Thailand – budget travelers, business people, people taking training courses. they are all here in their masses!
By far one of the key reasons Thailand is such an attraction to visitors is the Thai people themselves. Thai people are blessed with a character and temperament that are often the exact opposite of those found in the ‘west’. You see little in the way of confrontation between people here; the famous Thai smile replaces the temper and aggression that might be shown elsewhere. Despite the furry of modern life, Thais remain placid and calm amongst the turmoil creating a tranquility many visitors find infectious and an important part of their Thailand experience.
There are many hotels and resort in Thailand in tourist area such as Phuket , Samui or Phi Phi island.
The Phi Phi Islands are famous too and include the actually place where ‘The Beach’ was filmed (yes – you too can stand where Leo stood!); Phuket – an island the size of Singapore with plenty of great beaches to experience; James Bond Island – yes, that island, the one in the ‘Man with the Golden Gun’; the Surin Islands – a bit tricky to get to but well worth the effort; Koh Samet – an island with a unique place in Thai culture and some glorious beaches; Koh Phangnan – famed for its Full Moon Parties and hedonism in paradise; and Koh Samui – an island of lovely beaches and bays, coconuts and forested hills.
Thailand is the birthplace of muay thai . So there are many muay thai camps in Thailand . Many tourist come to train muay thai in the real muay thai camp in Thailand . A muay thai camp Thailand is the good choice to train muay thai . Because the muay thai camp have the good muay thai boxers .
The muay thai camp in Thailand is the good choice of tourist . You can train and live at muay thai camp and you will be happy your life with muay thai boxers.
The good time to train muay thai in Thailand is November till April becuase the weather is hot and no rain . Before training you can run . However every muay thai camps are indoor gym .
There are many hotels near the muay thai camp , so you train and stay in the good hotel when you are in Thailand .